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Original HEMI Orange, Big Block 400, 93,000 Actual Miles, Garage Find!

1972 Dodge Charger Special Edition (SE)

Make: Dodge
Model: Charger
SubModel: Special Edition (SE)
Trim: 2 Door Sport Coupe
Year: 1972
Mileage: 93,000
VIN: WP29M2A119061
Color: Green but original color is HEMI Orange
Transmission: 727 Torqueflite Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black vinyl
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
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Description for Dodge Charger 1972

Up for auction is a 93. 00 actual mile 1972 Dodge Charger SE. It has the original matching 400 Big Block with a 2bbl and a non matching rebuilt 727 Torqueflite automatic. This car had been in storage since 1985 but had been kept in running order during those years. I recently had a full tune up. new tires and aftermarket wheels. new exhaust and the carburetor rebuilt. I just had all the fluids gone through for preservation and it starts. runs and drives great after all those years. It was driven from 1972 until 1984 as a daily driver in Wisconsin and has suffered the rust and wear as would be expected. The previous owner had the car painted in 1984 from its very rare HEMI ORANGE (V2) to green. Less than 600 were made and this was the last year of the high impact colors so I would paint it back to original. I think he hit his head. LOL. It was mudded. and tinned over in the trunk pan and would need quarter panels and a trunk pan to restore properly. I have the two original Hemi Orange doors that will go with it that have a few small dings but are in what I would call amazing condition that will help in the restoration. The rear trunk frame rails appear to have some rot but may be repairable or replaced when doing the trunk pan if desired. Overall this is a pretty good foundation for a restoration being that it is a rare color and a Big Block. Now for the interior. As is expected. It is original and will need the front seats recovered. however the back seat is in great condition. The headliner has a couple of small holes from critters that made there way in years ago. Vacant now. Overall it is original and will need restoration in various areas. Although the 3rd generation aren't as crazy as the generation 2's. they are picking up quickly in value and collectability and will make for great investments long term. I know we will all say remember when down the road! I have this one and another 1972 listed as I am getting ready to move and need to lighten the load of several of my collector car collection. I am offering this at what I think is a pretty low reserve as I know it will need restoration but has the right ingredients. Please feel free to ask questions and I answer them as best as I can. As is always the case. don't bid if you don't intend on buying. If you need assistance with shipping. my friend owns an auto transport company and can pretty much ship throughout the US at your expense. I take great pride in being a 100% seller and do my best to be upfront in my descriptions good and bad. Bid with confidence. Thanks and Happy Bidding